Grateful Dead Live at Fillmore East on 1971-04-27
This performance has been commercially released on "Ladies and Gentlemen, the Grateful Dead"
Truckin', Mama Tried, Bertha, Next Time You See Me, Cumberland Blues, Me And Bobby McGee, Loser, Hard To Handle, China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider, Casey Jones
Sugar Magnolia, Deal, Me & My Uncle, Bird Song, Playing In The Band, Dire Wolf, Searchin'*, Riot In Cell Block #9*, Good Vibrations**, I Get Around**, Help Me Rhonda*, Okie From Muskogee*, Johnny B. Goode*, Sing Me Back Home, Uncle Johns Band > Turn On Your Love Light
*with the Beach Boys **Just the Beach Boys: Good Vibrations, I Get Around. NRPS. This date is featured on Ladies and Gentlemen... The Grateful Dead
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Fillmore EastLocation New York, NYSource Source One:SBD -> Shure Line Mixers -> Advent Advocate Dolby B Unit -> Master Reel (Sony Deck - BASF Tapes - 1/4 Track - 7 1/2 ips); Source Two:SBD -> Shure Line Mixers -> Advent Advocate Dolby B Unit -> Master Reel (Sony Deck - BASF Tapes - 1/4 Track - 7 1/2 ips) -> Reel (Maxell Tape - 1/4 Track - 7 1/2 ips);Lineage Source One: Master Reel (Teac A-6100) -> Advent Advocate Dolby B Unit -> Fostex FR-2LE -> WAV (24bit/96k); Source Two:Reel (Teac A-6100) -> Advent Advocate Dolby B Unit -> Fostex FR-2LE -> WAV (24bit/96k); Mastering Info:WAV -> Adobe Audition v3.0 -> Samplitude Professional v11.03 -> FLAC/16; Reels Baked and Transferred By David Gans; All Mastering By Charlie MillerTransferred by Charlie Miller and David Gans
-- Set 2 is seamless
-- Truckin' through Loser from source one (Master Reel)
-- Hard To Handle through end of show from source two (1st Gen Reel)
-- Patch source also provides some Set 1 tunings due to tape bleed through
-- Some patches are not very smooth due to extrenme mix differences
-- Beach Boys play on Searchin' through Johnny B. Goode
-- Good Vibrations and I Get Around without The Grateful Dead
-- Thanks to Bill Gadsden for supplying the reels
-- Thanks to digitalrbb for supplying the patch source
-- Thanks to Neil Sturtevant for rebuilding the dolby unit
-- Thanks to Joe B. Jones for his help with the pitch correction
June 3, 2010
My favorite GD SBD recording
2 years ago, i got a SBD copy of this entire concert on CD from a friend. it is an absolute must have.
April 14, 2010
Ask and receive
Charlie Miller, thank you for reading my mind (if not my ranting post) using Ladies and Gentlemen as an example of IA's rules keeping significant portions of shows unavailable because a couple of songs from the show are commercially available. About a week after posting this complaint, your transfer of 04/29/71 was available for streaming for a day or two! And, like clockwork ,the 28th was next! Unfortunately, I was asleep at the wheel when the 27th was ripe for picking. Anyone who wants to share, I don't mind lossy and I've got a library of ~150 shows to trade. gratefuldiver11 at gmail.
Tidewater four ten O nine
March 21, 2010
Don't blink ..........
5 stars and agree entirely with Evan. But, as per the other recent CM upgrades from this run, don't blink: it won't be here for long. Harvested mine (and the pre-upgrade version) from 'LLL' in all its glorious 'lossless' entirety. Can always try there once those "this show has been commercially released ........" are invoked. Yep, love the 'Bertha' and 'Help Me Rhonda, and yep, all thanks to Pig - the Dead are and always will be Pig's band.
Evan S. Hunt
March 21, 2010
This Is One of My Faves
And I am rather surprised to see it here, streamable. Thanks to CM, DG, and the Archives for allowing this incredible show.
This is something special. Hear that Bertha? That's the one on the double album released in November of that year. The rest of it is pure gold ~ and Blue Ron hanging in there on keys, lead and backup vocals. Blue Ron is why we have this music today.
And to top it off, Ron's addition to "Searchin'" just absolutely blows my mind. It is so refreshingly raw and exposing the flawness in this man, this person who is us.
Personally, even though I grew up in the heart of California at the time it was all going down, I was never a big Beach Boy fan, but several years ago a friend told me about this epic show and I could not deny it.
Since then I have become a big Beach Boys fan ~ a fan of all of them including and besides Brian Wilson, but learning an appreciation for Carl and Dennis and for their cohorts, Mike Love and Al Jardine, and all the other great musicians they had play with them. Folks, they knew how to rock.
If you understand the west coast sound you have it here personified in this eye-popping concert.
Thank you to the purveyors of this wonder-inspiring culmination of free hearts, hearts free.